Even if you’re the type to focus on the here and now, it’s only natural to look to the future every so often. Even without a crystal ball or a time machine, we could probably all agree that things like music, clothing, and travel are going to look a whole lot different. For example – as early as 2025 you could be on a star-bound zeppelin via next-gen travel company Space Perspective.

Now, this likely sounds impossible, but what if we told you that it’s actually not. Though we can’t say who will be on the radio or what will be in your closet, we can confirm that in a matter of years those who have the dough to spend, can realize their dreams of becoming an astronaut – you just have to know who to fly with.

Seriously, folks – starting at just $1,360 CAD, you can reserve your spot now on what they’re calling, Spaceship Neptune, a vehicle that will take you up, up, and away – far from here safely!

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According to the company, which operates from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center, this insane trip will only take about 6 hours to complete and will make you feel comfortable and transcendent – things that we sure hope are true because while the deposit is less than a Mac Book Pro, the total is closer to $157,000 CAD.

Their first test flight, which took off on June 18th, 2021, was passengerless but did successfully make it over 100,000 ft across the Florida peninsula – which is typically the route that most spacewalkers take – giving us a pretty dece feeling about this whole thing.


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If they continue to be successful, flights will be set to launch in 2024 on their balloon type-jet which has 360 windows, reclining seats, Wi-Fi, refreshment bar, and non-glare windows, ensure the best view.

If you’re interested you can check out the Space Perspective travel and information website here! Ah, we’ve got so much to look forward to, don’t you think?

The future looks pretty bright!